Identifying Aircraft Using WETFUS - CFSGT Putland - Aug 10

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Handout which lists the details covered and the terminology used when identifying aircraft using the WETFUS method

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Identifying Aircraft Using WETFUS - CFSGT Putland - Aug 10

  1. 1. Identifying Aircraft Using<br />WETFUS<br />WingsShape:RectangularDeltaSwept BackTaperedVariable TaperVariable geometryPosition:VerticalHighShoulderMidKneeLowHorizontalWell ForwardForward of C.CentreAft of C.Well AftAngle:DihedralAnhedralGull wingInverted gull wingEngineNumber:SingleDualTripleQuadType:Piston PropTurbo PropTurbo FanPosition:In noseIn fuselageAt wing rootIn wingsPylons on wingsPylons at rearIn tail finTailplaneType:ConventionalTeeMid fin mountedDual finTwin boomsFuselageShape:CigarTubularWasp waistedTadpole (Helicopters)Cross section:RoundOvalSquare (Box)UndercarriageConfiguration:TricycleTail draggerFloatsSkisSkids (Helicopters)Special featuresRadomeMAD BoomBomb Bay DoorsAdditional Fins or SkegsRefuelling ProbesInternal Fuel Tank BulgeOther useful information not covered in W -> U<br />

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